We are running RMAN backups to MSDP. The fulls and archive backups are very fast and dedupicate pretty well using filesperset 1.
When the incremental backups run, it can take as much as 9 minutes to back up a 288k file, which makes no sense.
It looks like bptm is waiting on something, but I cannot understand what it could be.
Oracle is 10G, changed block tracking is enabled.
The DBAs set filesperst to a higher number, and its faster, but it hardly deduplicates, so that's not gong to work.
Anyone else see anything like this? I don't think its due to deduplication - it seems to be something on the oracle side. All the other jobs that run against the MSDP run very well. The behavior is the same using client side dedupe and server side dedupe.
Master and Media are on 18.104.22.168
Oracle boxes are on 22.214.171.124 due to an old kernel they run.